- Post-doctoral study, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
- Ph.D., Copenhagen Business School
- MBA, University of Southern California
- B.A., The University of Texas at Austin
- B.S., The University of Texas at Austin
- emerging technology
- data analytics
- digital business transformation
Gregory Gimpel is a clinical assistant professor of computer information systems at Georgia State University, where he is recipient of the Robinson College of Business Faculty Recognition Award for Excellence in Teaching. Prior to GSU, he conducted digital transformation research at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and he designed Ball State University’s business analytics major. His research focuses on the intersection of emerging technologies, analytics, and digital business transformation. He holds a Ph.D. from Copenhagen Business School, an MBA from University of Southern California, and BS and BA degrees from The University of Texas at Austin. He worked in senior management positions for a decade before entering the academic world. His research appears in international journals and conferences.
Hedman, Jonas, Bødker, Mads, Gimpel, Gregory, Damsgaard, Jan. “Translating Evolving Technology Use into User Stories: Technology Life Narratives of Consumer Technology Use.” Information Systems Journal. (In Press.)
Gimpel, Gregory. “Bringing Dark Data into the Light: Illuminating Existing IoT Data Lost within Your Organization” Business Horizons. (In Press)
Gimpel, Gregory and Alter, Allan. “Enter the Industry 4.0 Era Today by Using “Dark Data” You Already Have” The European Business Review. July – August 2019. pp. 17-20.
Gimpel, Gregory. “Fun & Games: Business Models for Innovation.” The European Business Review. November – December 2017. pp. 39-42.
Gimpel, Gregory, Frantisek Sudzina, and Katarina Petrovcikova. “Mobile ICT Use in Early Adopter vs. Late Majority Countries.” International Journal of Mobile Communications 14.6 (2016): 610-631.
Gimpel, Gregory, Varshney, Upkar, Ahluwalia, Punit. “Emerging IT for Medication Adherence.” IT Professional, 2016. 18(3): p. 30-36.
Ahluwalia, Punit, Gimpel, Gregory, Varshney, Upkar. “ICT Interventions Impacting Big Societal Challenges: An Electronic Healthcare Approach to Homelessness.” International Journal of Electronic Healthcare. 2015:8(4): 95-120.
Gimpel, Gregory. “The Future of Video Platforms: Key Questions Shaping the TV and Video Industry.” International Journal on Media Management. 2015:17(1):25-46.
Ahluwalia, Punit, Gimpel, Gregory, Varshney, Upkar. “A Consumption Theory and Task–Fitness Perspective of Wireless Internet Adoption for Mobile Commerce.” International Journal of Electronic Business. 2015:12(1):46-69.
Bødker, Mads, Gimpel, Gregory, Hedman, Jonas. “Time-out/in: The Dynamics of Everyday Experiential Computing.” Information Systems Journal (24:2) 2014 pp. 143-166
Gimpel, Gregory, Ahluwalia, Punit, Varshney, Upkar. “The Wireless Internet Decision: A Multi-method Investigation of Decision Drivers.” International Journal of Mobile Communications (10:5) 2012 pp. 449-474
Hedman, Jonas and Gimpel, Gregory. “The Adoption of Hyped Technologies: a Qualitative Study.” Information Technology and Management (11:4) 2010, pp. 161-175 (equal contribution)
Ahluwalia, Punit, Gimpel, Gregory, Varshney, Upkar. “Why People Aren’t Using Wireless Internet: A Behavioral Economics Approach to Technology Preferences.” International Journal of Services and Standards (6:4) 2010, pp. 271-294
Gimpel, Gregory, Sudzina, Frantisek, Petrovickova, Katarina. “Mobile ICT Acceptance in Late Adopter Countries.” International Conference on Mobile Business 2014 Proceedings. London, United Kingdom, 04 June – 05 June 2014.
Andersen, Kim, Medaglia, Rony, Gimpel, Gregory, Sjølin, Peter, Mikkelsen, Lene. “Robots on the Move from Production Line to the Service Sector: the Grand Challenges for Contractors, Workers, and Management.” Proceedings of the eChallenges 2010 Conference. Warsaw, Poland, 27 October 2010 – 29 October 2010.
Gimpel, Gregory. “Wired or Wireless Internet? A Situation in Which Standards Don’t Matter.” (2010) Ninth International Conference on Mobile Business / Ninth Global Mobility Roundtable, Proceedings. IEEE Press, ICMB-GMR, pp.345-352. Athens, Greece, 13 June 2010 – 15 June 2010.
Bødker, Mads, Gimpel, Gregory, Hedman, Jonas. (2010). “Technology Use: Time-in or Time-out?” 18th European Conference on Information Systems Proceedings. Pretoria, South Africa, 16 June 2010 – 19 June 2010.
Bødker, Mads, Gimpel, Greg, Hedman, Jonas, “Technology Use as Consumption: A Longitudinal Study of Smart Phones,” International Conference on Information Systems 2009, Paper 88, Phoenix, USA, 16 December 2009 – 18 December 2009.
Bødker, Mads, Gimpel, Gregory, Hedman, Jonas, “The User Experience of Smart Phones: A Consumption Values Approach.” Eighth Global Mobility Roundtable, Cairo, Egypt, 1 November 2009 – 3 November 2009.
Bødker, Mads, Gimpel, Gregory, Hedman, Jonas, “The Values of Using Smart Phones.” The 32nd Information Systems Research Seminar in Scandinavia (IRIS32), Molde, Norway, 9 August 2009 – 12 August 2009. ** Winner, best paper **
Bødker, Mads, Gimpel, Gregory, Hedman, Jonas, “Smart Phones and their Substitutes: Task-Medium Fit and Business Models.” IEEE Press, Eighth International Conference on Mobile Business, Dalian, China, 27 June 2009 – 28 June 2009.
Gimpel, Gregory, “Decision Models and the Use of Wireless Technology,” Proceedings of the 17th European Conference on Information Systems, Verona, Italy, 8 June – 10 June 2009.